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A green way to deal with carbon dioxide
Last week, I wrote about a thought experiment proposed by Fairbanks scientist Jim Beget. He suggests raining down crystals of a compound that captures carbon dioxide onto a frigid plateau in Antarctica. There, the greenhouse gas might remain locked for 100,000 years. Beget will present his idea at the fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union this December in San Francisco. Alarming levels of carbon dioxide i...
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Zombie results
Kodiak College Zombie 5K Run Saturday, Nov. 1 1. Levi Thomet, 17 minutes, 33 seconds; 2. Levi Fried, 18:22; 3. Keith Osowski, 18:25; 4. Jack Hannah, 18:29; 5. Brenden Thompson, 20:02; 6. Marcus Dunbar, 20:33; 7. Rafael Bitanga, 21:19; 8. Tyler Teuber, 21:20; 9. Anthony Maghupoy, 21:29; 10. Zoe Bigley, 23:22; 11. Kathleen Dunbar, 24:53; 12. Cory Thompson, 26:40; 13. Malina Fagan, 26:41; 14. Katie Meier, 27:12; 15. ...
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Kodiak sports icons up for hall
People once again have a chance to enshrine a pair of Kodiak icons and a legendary team into the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame. Joe “Coach” Floyd and Kristi Waythomas (Klinnert) are nominees in the people category for the 2015 class, while Kodiak’s boys basketball 2001 state championship game victory over East Anchorage is in the moments category. All three have been on the ballot since the 2007 — the first year of t...
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Replica parka mixes new with old
The Alutiiq Museum, known for being a repository of historical artifacts, proved its ability to adapt with modern technology as it unveiled a replica of a caribou parka from the 1800s. The museum hosted the unveiling before a packed gallery on Thursday to display a replica of a parka that was collected from Kodiak in 1840 and housed in a museum in Helsinki, Finland. The parka in Finland is decorated with puffin be...
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Anthony earns fourth All-GNAC honors
Dylan Anthony had a day for the record books Saturday in Oregon. The former Kodiak High School great joined an elite group of Great Northwest Athletic Conference runners by becoming only the seventh cross country runner to earn four all-conference honors. Anthony, a senior at University of Alaska Anchorage, netted his fourth and final award by galloping to a third-place finish at the GNAC Championships in Monmouth...
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Kodiak Island Births: Nov. 4
Gabriel and Abigail Jensen were born on October 17, 2014, to Trevor B. and Johana E. Jensen. Gabriel was born at 8:10 p.m., and Abigail was born at 8:11 p.m. He weighed 4 pounds, 12 ounces and was 17.5 inches long, and she weighed 4 pounds, 11 ounces and was 17 inches long. Their parents are originally from Salt Lake City, Utah and now live in Kodiak. The babies’ mother works at Kodiak Community Health Center, and...
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Public Safety Blotter: Nov. 4
October 19 • Around 12:26 a.m., police conducted seven bar checks downtown. • At 12:51 a.m., police arrested a driver on Center Avenue on suspicion of driving under the influence. • At 1:25 a.m., a caller reported harassment. It’s under investigation. • At 2:58 a.m., police arrested a man on Woody Way on suspicion of criminal trespass and violating conditions of release. Police cited another man for having no proo...
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Eye doctor celebrates 40 years in Kodiak
What’s the eye-opening thing about owning a business? Why not ask an eye doctor, especially one with 40 years of experience. “It’s kind of like having another seven wives,” said John Shank, who celebrates 40 years of Kodiak business this month. Shank grew up and attended college in Ohio. He taught high school physics for a while before moving to Oregon and attending Pacific University College of Optometry, where h...
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Kodiak swimming sends 23 to state
In terms of state swimming and diving qualifiers, Kodiak tops the state. The Bears qualified a state-best 23 athletes to the state championship meet that begins Friday at Bartlett High School in Anchorage. Dimond advanced 22 swimmers and divers, followed by Colony at 21 and South Anchorage at 20. A number of Kodiak athletes go in with the top-seed time in the state. Freshman Talon Lindquist is seeded first in the ...
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KHS spikers draw late match
After months of jockeying for position, the final seedings for the Northern Lights Conference Volleyball Championships were announced Monday. Palmer and Kodiak already knew they had sealed up the top two spots, but now each school knows what team it could be playing in the second round. The Bears, the conference’s second seed, will either play third-seeded Soldotna or sixth-seeded Kenai at 8 p.m. Thursday at Palme...
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